Patrick Guilfoile: Are our friends really family?
One of life's mysteries is why we end up with the friends that we do. Certainly chance and circumstance play a role. Shared interests and common values are other attributes that are often held in common with friends. Yet a question arises about whether there might be other factors involved. For example, could genetic similarity play a role in determining friendships?
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